Safeguarding is an on-going concern with frequent stories of statutory agencies unable to cope with the scale of child protection concerns filling the news. On top of this there are an increasing number of issues that front line staff need to be aware of. But should school staff be expected to address all of these issues?
There are a number of things that individuals and organisations need to know in order to properly address the requirements of the Prevent Duty, and so we have put together a one-page guide explaining what you need to know about Prevent Duty training and how this can help you comply with the duty and improve your resilience to radicalisation
Safeguarding is not an exact science. In order for front-line professionals to be able to identify and respond to the dangers that affect the people around them, they must be well informed on the latest developments in a wide range of subjects. In coming together with colleagues and sharing best practice in an open and supportive environment, we can benefit from shared wisdom, alternative points of view and extending our professional network.